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William Minozzi
William Minozzi
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How much is Minnesota like Wisconsin? Assumptions and counterfactuals in causal inference with observational data
L Keele, W Minozzi
Political Analysis 21 (2), 193-216, 2013
97*2013
Field experiment evidence of substantive, attributional, and behavioral persuasion by members of Congress in online town halls
W Minozzi, MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (13), 3937-3942, 2015
702015
Issue accountability and the mass public
B Canes‐Wrone, W Minozzi, JB Reveley
Legislative Studies Quarterly 36 (1), 5-35, 2011
58*2011
A jamming theory of politics
W Minozzi
Journal of Politics 73 (2), 301-315, 2011
472011
Who Heeds the Call of the Party in Congress?
W Minozzi, C Volden
Journal of Politics 75 (3), 787-802, 2013
452013
The incidental pundit: Who talks politics with whom, and why?
W Minozzi, H Song, DMJ Lazer, MA Neblo, K Ognyanova
American Journal of Political Science 64 (1), 135-151, 2020
432020
Endogenous beliefs in models of politics
W Minozzi
American Journal of Political Science 57 (3), 566-581, 2013
332013
Competition, preference uncertainty, and jamming: a strategic communication experiment
W Minozzi, J Woon
Games and Economic Behavior 96, 97–114, 2016
322016
Lying aversion, lobbying, and context in a strategic communication experiment
W Minozzi, J Woon
Journal of Theoretical Politics 25 (3), 309-337, 2013
212013
The need for a translational science of democracy
MA Neblo, W Minozzi, KM Esterling, J Green, J Kingzette, DMJ Lazer
Science 355 (6328), 914-915, 2017
122017
Deliberation as Interactive Reasoning
W Minozzi, MA Neblo, DA Siegel
10*2012
Conditions for dialogue and dominance in political campaigns
W Minozzi
Political Communication 31 (1), 73-93, 2014
8*2014
The limited value of a second opinion: Competition and exaggeration in experimental cheap talk games
W Minozzi, J Woon
Games and Economic Behavior 117, 144-162, 2019
7*2019
Demographics and (equal?) voice: Assessing participation in online deliberative sessions
R Kennedy, AE Sokhey, C Abernathy, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer, A Lee, ...
Political Studies 69 (1), 66-88, 2021
62021
Constituent communication through telephone town halls: A field experiment involving members of congress
C Abernathy, KM Esterling, J Freebourn, R Kennedy, W Minozzi, ...
Legislative Studies Quarterly 44 (4), 617-646, 2019
42019
Issue diffusion across political campaigns
W Minozzi, C Volden, D Darmofal
4*2012
The social control of political participation: Conflict and contagion as processes (de) mobilizing voting
D Lazer, K Ognyanova, MA Neblo, W Minozzi, B Rubineau
American Political Science Association (APSA), San Francisco, CA, 2015
32015
Logos, Ethos, & Pathos: Mechanisms of Persuasion in a Deliberative Field Experiment
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, D Lazer, W Minozzi
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
32012
Does Familiarity Breed Esteem? A Field Experiment on Emergent Attitudes Toward Members of Congress
KM Esterling, W Minozzi, MA Neblo
Political Research Quarterly, 10659129211073910, 2022
2*2022
Congress and Community: Coresidence and Social Influence in the US House of Representatives, 1801–1861
W MINOZZI, GA CALDEIRA
American Political Science Review, 1-16, 2021
2*2021
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